Nothing accelerates a PC like transitioning to an SSD, but some special configuration might be in order if you want to get the most from your drive.
Calligra Suite goes beyond the standard four or five office suite programs by offering a range of applications for desktop and mobile computers.
Even optical storage media are subject to wear. Dvdisaster helps you prevent data loss due to defective CDs, DVDs, or Blu-ray discs with a manageable amount of effort.
Hadoop version 2 has transitioned from an application to a Big Data platform. Reports of its demise are premature at best.
Red Hat's Satellite system management solution provides an amazing range of capabilities, but it isn't quite ready for orbit.
The online video store Netflix delivers video on demand to many countries. Although the service offers Linux-friendly HTML5 streams, you have to coax Netflix into actually serving them up.
Riding the popularity of the Raspberry Pi, a new company is producing a modular laptop kit to house small-board computers.
Batsh kills two birds with one stone: Programs written in this language can be compiled both as Linux Bash scripts and Windows batch files.
KDE extends the concept of the desktop with innovations that can significantly enhance your productivity.
A new browser with familiar technology: The lean Firefox offshoot Pale Moon is compatible with many cherished Firefox extensions.
Upcoming switch to HTML5-only ads is further evidence the Flash is entering its final days.
US government invests $19 billion on enhancing security and replacing ancient computer systems.
But you can still be a non-voting “individual supporter” if you pay the money
Several current systems could fall victim to the attack
Latest Linux engine comes with better graphics and support for Intel's new power-saving chips.
Hackers send a message of beauty and liberation to server logs
Citrix gets excited about new Pi-Powered XenDesktop client system
Linux on Azure cert heralds a new era for Redmond.
Proposals for presentations at the CeBIT Open Source Forum will be accepted through 24 January 2016.
Adobe looks for a new start; renames its embattled Flash tool.